Posada Santa Fe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was appropriated by the State and converted to Museums, or sold for resturants or Hotels - all very attractive for the tourist.
This is a Unversity town with lots of life. As in other colonial towns cafes in the squares are busy and attract musicians, so there is lots of street life to enjoy.
One night we discovered a Pastorella performance, all in Spanish. This was a comic version of the nativity, a bit like our traditional York Mystery ...
... time we were there to enjoy a bottle of wine on the rooftop. WOW. I can't imagine a better way to have started my last summer in Guanajuato. The view from up there was incredible, as are many views in Guanajuato. It's hard to go wrong in this city as far as that's concerned! We enjoyed the perfect weather, view, and great company as we celebrated our nation's independence. On most days I would have called it perfect company, but it was also my ...
... we had passed through the plaza earlier, there was music and about 5 older couples dancing. It just always has such a lively, fun atmosphere!
The little tavern was very cozy and it was so nice to be out and about, to remember that there's more to Mexico than my house! Then, on the way home, I just was hit with how much I had been missing locked up in my house all the time. I took in the ambience of all the street sights ...
... Free and Sovereign State of Guanajuato, is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. It is divided
in 46 municipalities and its capital city is Guanajuato.Area: 30,607 km˛Population: 5.486 million (2010)
Like more than 1/2 of the 31 Mexican States - the State is named after its capital city..
Sort of like the Province of Quebec is named ...
... more often!
Georgina had recommended a cheap student restaurant near Casa de Diego Rivera that had both tasty and cheap food. At $35 pesos (less than 2 quid) for a 3-course meal, it really can't be beat! I opted for the tortilla soup for starters, steak and potatoes with rice for the main, and arroz de leche (cold rice pudding) for dessert. The portions were so big, that was both my lunch and supper sorted!
Roadworks were underway across the centro making ...